( 4.8 Average / 9 Ratings )
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I am really happy with how well it has been performing. I originally wanted an RX480 but was unable to find one priced at 200 dollars.
Card is actually the Palit 3GB one- PCPartPicker just do not have it listed. Nice card, paired with the i5-6400 should see ultra settings in 1080p.
I was going to go cheaper, but found this bad boy at a very decent price. Very impressed with this card. I can achieve highest settings on all of my current games, e.g. CS:GO, LoL, Overwatch (but not Arma 3 because nothing can run that perfectly) at 1920x1080 with a comfortable frame rate.
FYI, I didn't overclock mine.
For $199.99 this graphics card is hard to beat. I managed to overclock it to 2.12 Ghz Stable which was a welcome suprise from this card and does just fine at 1080p.
I write this review to tell people how well this card can perform. Currently I am getting a Stable 1.92 Ghz on the boost out of this card. While that seems impressive it also manages to stay cool under load thanks 100% fan speed. Not crazy noisy and gets the job done. Couldn't have asked for much more with the monitor I have.
I know MSI's gaming X is supposed to have the quietest fans, but I can't hear these unless I'm in licking distance. I like how the fans rotate in opposite directions for better windflow. Disc did not include drivers. :/ Had to download latest ones from Nvidia's website (but would've done so anyway). Takes everything I throw at it like a champ.
Mid-range GPU that goes great with the Intel i5.
I like this card and is fast enough but, doesn't completely fit my theme and the 3 gigs of vram can frequently be a limitation in modern demanding games.